The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 8, 1948 · Page 16
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July 8, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 16

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ll *?*· . Sule%j City Awards Contract At Cumberland Fisherman York. England. July 7 i*",--Thre* vounf Maryland 4-H Club members who are representing the United States in an international cattle Cluld jfc-- JT--B v-w ·*"»· 1 IT* a* ». rffcr*^ ! States in an international cattle $161,651 Bid 'r orfeits $55 i t****TM^^ TM»«» witfa Tr-*v -"-7 v«-.---·--·--.··--. , -tr J honors from today s session. Codgliwio Brother* of Oaaning. A visitinf fisberman from Cuin- j ^ waifam Curr% / K. Y^ wert .warded the contract berland, had "the book thrown at 'jhe team^a whole took *e-ond ,, _ _ ^_ -jji.r I :_..,^.-«unt. him-» K»- «If»*. «n» if,»vlw. K»-«k . IOC lcmm ** * w ""* *OOX SeCOnO Sault Ste. Mane. Mich., July 7 '^)--The three-year-old daughter of * forest ranger was carried off honors from today's session. j iato the woods and killed bv a bear They are Alen Kill, James Mox-! j n the isolated Marquette National it crabtMd Lie child and ran back into th* woods. Mrs. Pomrankay. whos« a«ar*ct miles A away. of neighbor was three telephoned for help. 100 men was hastily organized from hunters, farmers and fishermen in th* area.- FLAXNINO HATBlor Members of the Methodist Youth Fellowships and their counselors picnic lunches and they must have permit slips. On July 24 the local will aMet at th* Calvary Methodist i fro'JP »*iU attend the sub-district church two o'clock Saturday af- ' picnic tc be held two o'clock that ternooa tor a hayride to Glen afternoon at the Methodist churcfe Bcbo. All children will pack their'in Walkersville. ·IDS FOR EXPKESSWAY Baltimore, July 7 (IP)--The city's Board of Estimates voted today to bids late this month on the' | Forest, west of here today. for the additions and improvements, him- by State game wardens here, j p^/n^e'da'iryTud*^ l^ntart ' The ***· S*TM 1 ^f" * omra . n - I «rrt Iecaon"~of rpropVs"eoTe*prtss- 24 holiday week-end defendants £*·** ,,,!,,.._ "* 3 ^*±* . C _°_ .1?: i key, was found a quarter of a mil* way a,,TM, Baltimore. ithc the 10 iifc^ XJi£gaQre disposal plant by as *.·* uvuu*; -n wj^-cuu u?£.cuuAUi^ - · fee Mayor and Aldermen in regular were unanimously found guilty, S Jo h n ·Mion Wednesday night. The before Magistrate Alton T. Ben-' amid was made on the basis of nett, Wednesday night. There had the low bid of $161,651 and upon been no Police Court since Friday, the recommendation of Whitman. Vernon BealL Cumberland, for- ftequardt and Associates, of Balti- feited $55 on three charges pre- more. the city's consulting ea- ferred by Game Wardens Glen who tabulated the five Butts and Durward W, Kettells. · . - --, _ j rwvj f " «··»» *.vs»».*!^ * *£wj. »--* -VM. · ,L«.«.*-TM * 1° ^f U ^*^ »""* W ° n ?* from her parents' lonely cabin by " S" r * ^J 1 * 1 !** C T ?^ a P° sse ° f ««rme« and woodsmen. MX inrt*T'irtit»l martc in * _ . . highest individual marks in Budging of Guernsey cattle! H er About 89.000 the show today. The English team placed first Sdilubmitted ^d opened for the'Kettells said Beall was apprehend- ^f d **£^* 4°"°£,"* ** Mary ' project last June 16 ed on the Potomac river between , ""' ' total-Point of Rocks and Lander, about 6-30 p. m. July 3 He was charged in separate warrants, with violating the Maryland ^ fled . . A . ,. . , An angered trapper immediately persons attended ***»-«*» * party to hunt the bear. In view of the fact that rosts of the project, included in the city'* general expansion and improvement program, will ma- The art of weaving dates back to man's earliest civilization The first oriental rug known to I tracked the animal down and killed him. ! Carol Ann was the daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Porarankey, ' whose cabin was located next _ to' the Mission Hill fire tower. 30 'miles northwest of here. Her father is a towerman at the isolated station. terially exceed the S150.000 mclud- fishing laws: by fishing with a 300- history ss one called the Spring of " " .. . he ^ Wlt nessed the I ed in the recent general bond is- foot outline containing 10O hook* Chosroes. which now would be- _* ., :.;. * ,-: _, ,,« i ed in the recent general bond issue, the Aldermen adopted a resolution seeking authority to procure an additional 550,000. Demanded By Stale Board The resolution was in the form of a request by the Mayor and Aldermen to the Maryland Department of Health, under the latter's foot outline containing 100 hooks, bushbobbtng with scale bait ia:n- iiows* and not having a fishing license zn his possession. Me had posted collateral of $25 on each of the first two charges and $5 , on the third and did not ' for hearing Ray A. Lescaleet. Keymar. for- Chosroes, valued at which now $2.000.000. way across Baltimore. Baltimore is a notorious bottle- ] neck for through highway traffic j | particularly for motorists and truck- j I ers travelling between Washington [and the south and the big eastern , seaboard cities. i Highway planners have been trying to get an expressway started' for ten years but it has persistently j been turned down by the City' Council. i The first section is to be built ] from the southwest city limits to' a point a few blocks west of the i downtown business section. · Special Offer To Bottled Gas Users 30 GAL. BRIGGS WATER HEATER INSTALLED TO YOUR GAS SERVICE Complete '98.50 Installed FKEDEHH K W PATEICK AT BEXTZ ST. O»e» Sat. Till 1I:M T. X. CO. PHONE 4CJ Easy Payments WHILE THEY LAST! · «iurt Cuuiers . .. Genuine Goatskin Gloves . $1.41 P»lo Skirts _ , 37e Meti's Socks, AjaiJeU 13c Ir. Lyons T«otn Powder Se Mavis Talcum P0»der _ 5c FREDERICK 5 10 41 Soutn Market--Open £vrniac« THE DRUID THEATER DAMASCUS, MAIYIAN9 Danaseas 2171 , JULY STH Cameron with Cathy Downs Kce4 Hidler la "PAXHAXDUE" Also Selected Short Cirtco* Shows: 7:15, 9:15 « scene as the child was carrried off · ' lows- Alonra Sillier, "Hammv" Gill. $3 30 each: Charles A Smith, j anncar William Cromwell. Edward Mack-' -w--«- -- , v *^ .ley. Harry Moore. Stirling Gadis ,playing on the porch of the cabin! S5SO each. Jeremiah Hawkins. I when the bear lumbered out of StO EO and Alberta Elizabeth Haw- *-"« «'oods and ran for her. _ , . . . .. 'n.-i Most of the higher groups of about 2 o'clock this »«ernoon. The * * £ father was at the forest headq^r- S of Cretaceous pcriod ^so to 70 I ters at the Ume. about 12 miles ,^ moa v . away. » . 1 ._. ,* j Carol Ann. she told officers. -v\as[ posted for right granted by the Legislature to feited $10 collateral ,TM^^ ,,,. authorize the city to raise a sum of j taking an undersized' bass at the 5cins - 515 W. for various violations' The mother screamed and tried money not to exceed S50.000: said ', mouth of Torns "creek of C' tv ordinances ) to frighten off the animal. But money to be used for the installs- i Gll H ty Of Hitting Girl tion of secondary treatment units! · ,*,,,,,, and appurtenances at the municipal j ^Sentence of SlOO fine and suspen- Kwerage treatment plant; and said ' 150.000 to be added to an existing bond issue of $150.000 the amount of money necessary to accomplish the work. The action WHS taken following correspondence between the city, its consulting engineers and the months incarceration' in the House of Correction, was i meted out to Edward Betson. i Poolesville. He pleaded guilty to I jealously blacking the eye of his! girl friend and threatening her j life, early July 4. He was arrested j on a warrant sworn out by Ruth CllKUZC^*^ «uu i.iic j --* « State Board of Health, the latter ; jT eree - Frederick. In default of the , bluntly informing the City that the \ hne lm P«sed, he w as remanded to , State Board would require com( '*'*· ] pletion of the necessary improve- , Walter Andrews and three color- , ment and that the Board of Health «* youths. James Branson, Charles had the legislative right to author- ; Whiting. Charles Coins, all of | ize the municipality to take any ', Frederick, were fined 55 each for ! steps necessary to secure additional' disturbing the peace by loud curs- ! funds. ' in « a "d threatening to fight with | The work embraces additions ] * knife and sundry milk bottles, j and improvements to the existing ** the corner of Fifth and Market I streets, shortly after midnight; disposal plant and includes a new pumping station, a new final set- Tuesday. The arrested by I quartet was Sergt. Ben Phebus and Officer Sherman Boone. Branson went to jail in default of the fine imposed. Gtren Jail Term party at tling tank, a new biofilter. installation of sludge concentration equipment in an existing concentration tank, necessary piping, pumping equipment and electrical work, site improvement? and related work - ,, . I William Callis. Martinsburg W Other Busings Va., charged with loitering; -Juke'"' The Board granteo permission i Grove. Carlos Wiles Fred*ric-ic AMVETS to hold their «- ca,.rli dSv? K«S W "S "S r-ril/*r»n « ficKinor n = T-f-v- «f ' _ . . ' ·"*-J»=» "- »« . «HO Bruce Austin, itinerant carnival ·worker, Raymond White, colored, i Frederick, charged with drunken- tions. not to exceed $300, toward ' P* 4 ^' ? U .! rei J t j? J? n for five d ^ s expense involved in the Francis ' m d ^» ult °* 55 fmes imposed on Scott Key commemorative exer- convi cuon. cises and stamp issue here on Aug- John Henry Pendleton. colored, list 9. The request was presented tnis city, arrested by Officer Sim- by Chairman C. Cyril Klein, i mons, on a charge of loitering after Charles F. Bowers and Hobert F. ' midnight in an alley behind prop- Kicodemus - i erties of white tenants, was senten- The use of Bentz street, between '· ced to jail for 25 days, in lieu of Second and Church streets, was · S25 fine. " i «?" D -I ^5?"! , WU i s . on Hammond, colored. Mid-! paid $7.50 costs on con-! LOAN SERVICE Quick -- Confidential With Spring Bill* to meet and Summer Expense! coming en, people ar* planning for tht Immediate future. Let ** «erre yon today! Loans up t* 1.5»8 on yowr Signature -- Auto -- Furniture -- Comaker, Etc. row H A T E S in tniiaff -- Htnnt*u tatfaff , GENERAL ACCEPTANCE \£ZZ333 244 NORTH MARKET 5T FREDERICK MD KEYSTONE PAINTS When (he best costs so little W«T eompromlie in qo»llty? Comflti* line exterior. Interior finishes. NICODEMUS Paint Store at NOETB COCKT ST. to nual children's fishing Culler Lake on July 28. The Board also authorized "a contribution under certain condi- Conditioned Because we strive constantly for family comfort we provide an air conditioned funeral home. This is one of the many features which makes our service modern and complete. TRADITIONALLY BEAUTIFUL SERVICES C.E. CONE a SON. PUM1IUU. DIRKCTOH* PhOM:35S City Engineer W. R. Walter gave i a brief report on operations under ! ·way at the municipal airport- i Without going into figures, he summarized his report by attributing delay and added expense to excessively wet weather, necessitating removing and re-fill of soft soots in runwav areas. Regular bills totalling £21.388.14 were ordered paid. Adoption of the new Zoning Ordinance w** deferred, pending the return of City Attorney Richard Z. Zimmerman, who with his ·wife and son. is vacationing at OCMLB City, ML mother-in-Iaxv. j Collaterals were forfeited as lol- ' AMMJUNCESEKVKC A iViVO UNCiJV G Reopening of Office and Sales Room Come in--visit--See the latest model Ranges, Water Heaters, Servel Refrigerators. 36" ORIOLE RANGE Installed with "Metered Service" *139 .75 Jones "Metered Gas" Service 37 South Market Street JOSEPH C. FINTROCK, Manager H. C. SIMMONS, Service Manager Phone 1620-R For Lovelier Hair ii Ml Summer Long ! Blue and Grey's ; Exclusire Multi-Curl j Permanent ! f I i It's charming *nd so flattering--a ! I wave vhich encircle* your head with easy-to-m«nage. lasUng. jprinrr curls i We Invite every woman to try this ! senastionxl new method--particularly i those with difflcult-to-w*ve Baby Hair. FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 819 Air Conditioned BLUE GREY Beauty Shop 106 West Patrick Street Negro Woman Arrested On 53-Day Old Warrant Dorothy Hammond, colored. 70 Lincoln apartments, tvat picked up on a 53-day old assault and battery -warrant. Wednesday night, just as her alleged victim. Catherine Biggs, also colored. ** West All Saints street, is about ready to be discharged from Frederick Memorial HospitaL Th* colored defendant who said sh« had been "in Philly until last Sunday." appeared before Magistrate Alton Y. Bennett last night, to make bond for preliminary hearing Monday. The complainant is expected to be discharged from the hospital Sunday. Lieut Frank Dorsey. -who arrested the Hammond woman on the ·warrant issued May 13. \vhen she allegedly stabbed her rival for a man's affections, said the defendant fled the city immediately following the issuance of the complaint. While America's population is steadily climbing, the number of dairy cows on farms producing irulk is going down--from 27.770.000 head on January 1. 1945, to 25 165.000 on January 1. 1943. TO-DAY'S WIT and WISDOM 'ENORMOUS TASK" It has been said that it is better to irndertake an enormous tast and get it partly done than to undertake nothisg and get it ail done. We have undertaker, the task of giving this COT- itiunitv furniture of the higbest ivpe and -at prices jou can afTord to pay CLINE'S FURNITURE -- STORE "KROEHUE*" Living Room SUITES at Popular Prices CLOSING OUT Every Summer BAG '2.19 Tax All were $2.98 and $4.00. Every bag included -- nothing held back--all to go! \ N , enrre JULY SPECIALS Gent's Wrist Watches Were $29.75 to $45 NW $17.50 to $24.75 5-Piece Silver Service Was $60 NOW $30 Odd Pieces Silver Flatwear Were up to $4.00 -- NOW 50c to $2.00 $7.50 Aluminum Sandwich Trays, NOW S4.00 $1.50 Sheaffer Pencils, NOW 75c Up.to S6.00 Earrings, NOW §2.40 17.95-S12^5 Electric Clocks, NOW S12.95-$7.95 Clearance of Costume Pins and Necklaces "Gifts For Baby" -- values to §5.00-- 50c SEE OUR WINDOW MeCLEERY'S JEWELRY STORE 48 NORTH MARKET STREET THE HOME OF "KING CUT" DIAMONDS The World's Most Brilliant Diamonds ANY C OR S ROLL FILM 35 DEVELOPED PRINTED 30 HOUR SERVICE ALLEN'S .-=- V j e n u m e Factory Engineered P a r t s f o r DE SOTO PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER D O D G E Phone 1900 "MO PAR' 5 SERVICE Your DeSoto--Plymouth Dealer Two Most Wanted Styles Hi In Longer Lengths -- Proportioned For Petite, Medium TalL Wide Alencon-type lace bordering- bodice, front and back. Pointed midriff. In purest white. Sizes 32-40. medium and long lengths. Short sizes 31-3-5. PLASTICS STRAWS LEATHERS WASHABLE EYELETS GOLD TRIMS -- WHITES COLORS Lots of "Over lh« Shoulder" and handle stvles. Dainty yoke of embroidered scrolls. Pointed midriff. In purest white. Sizes 32-40 in medium and long- lengths. Short sizes 31-35. $3.98 For Either Style BETH DAVIS has the most powerful ro!e _ of her career in WARNER BROS,srw5L-cc£ss !'· H E N D R I C K S O N ' S enrve «-. BSETAIGNH Vr'iNDUS" JAMS PAJ3E Hly . ~==wct» *r JAMES DAVIS W. _ HENRY BLASKF WARNER Bros. Cool TODAY and TOMORROW /· WARMER BROS. r CITY OPERA House TOMORROW AVD S \TUKDAY AlUH -*.IT- I A H E j '·$ s:u;. 1UCK JACK ALSO CKVPT. !t "BRICK BRADFORD" TODAY ONLY THE SENSATIONAL PRIVATE LIFE OF ADOT.r HITi FU "WILL IT HAPPEN AGAIN"

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